Cancer Screening Collection Study

Now Enrolling in Fort Worth, Keller, and Houston

Research Study Now Enrolling

This research study is now enrolling to see if it is possible to develop a cancer screening test based on blood samples.

The study will use blood samples collected from volunteers who are undergoing routine lung or colon screenings.

You may be eligible to take part if you:

  • Are between the ages of 49 and 85 years old and are undergoing a routine colonoscopy screening.
  • Are between the ages of 50 and 80 years old and are undergoing a routine lung cancer screening.
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Why Participate?

The purpose of this research study is to collect blood samples and medical information to help in the development of a blood test that can screen for many cancers from a single blood draw. This is an experimental test that is still under development, the goal of this blood test is to help doctors find cancers early, potentially at a time when tumors are still small.

In addition to helping in the development of new cancer screening options, qualified participants may receive $200 after every blood draw (50 mL of blood) provided.

Interested in signing up?

Know someone that’s interested?

Earn $50 for each person you successfully refer to Ventavia Research Group.